Open Barbers are delighted to take part in CUT Festival: The Art of Barbering on Saturday 25th February 2017. The 10 day festival (24 Feb – 5 Mar) includes an impressive programme of international artists, East London
barbers and activists to explore the history and social relevance of the barber shop.

From 1 – 5pm Felix, Greygory and Richard of Open Barbers will be cutting hair in collaboration with friend, client and artist Emma Frankland, whose sound based performance will interact with the haircut experience. Clients turn up and wait for a haircut and enjoy spectacular views of East London from the Steve Whitson Studios.

From 5.45 – 6.15pm Open Barbers will be in conversation with Amy Pennington to discuss matters of hair and gender as part of the festival’s programme of talks and panel discussions.

Tickets and Pricing:
Entry to the Festival is by day ticket at £6/£8 and haircuts are charged additionally on a sliding price where you simply
‘pay what you can’.

Toynbee Studios,

28 Commercial Street, London,

E1 6AB.

Please note!:
We will only be able to do quick and basic trims of up to 30 minutes per client at the festival and have no access to hair washing facilities. Turn up and wait and pay what you can.

Open Barbers at Clunbury Street will be CLOSED on Saturday 25th February 2017.